EVENT: “A Tunnel to a Sacred Place: Resistance to the Carceral Geographies of Militarism in Hawai’i.” with Dr. Laurel Mei Singh

  Please consider attending this upcoming talk, which is co-sponsored by the Ecologies of Social Difference Network! “A Tunnel to a Sacred            Place: Resistance to the Carceral Geographies of Militarism in Hawai’i.” with Dr. Laurel Mei Singh will be held virtually on               Zoom Wednesday, March 9th from […]
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INVITATION: JOIN OUR NETWORK AND OUR MAILING LIST

Over the course of the pandemic, the ESD has taken a bit of a rest. The important work of our members, however, has continued, and we are excited to revitalize this group in the coming months. We invite you to consider becoming an ESD network member, or to simply subscribe to our mailing list if […]
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ESD Annotated Bibliography

Ecologies of Social Difference Bibliography The University of British Columbia’s Ecologies of Social Difference Thematic Network (Social Justice @ UBC Network) is pleased to announce the release of an initial draft of an Annotated Bibliography on the intersection of inequality/social difference and critical nature studies/political ecology/environmental justice. This bibliography highlights academic research that investigates the […]
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Ecologies of Social Difference Social Justice (ESD Social Justice @ UBC) is a group established at UBC in 2011. We aim to promote research, engagement, student-faculty-community networking, and interdisciplinary understanding on questions at the interstices of social difference, inequality, and nature/environment. As such, our interests span fields of political ecology, critical nature studies, feminist and social justice research, environmental justice and activism, and affiliated fields.  More specifically, we aim to promote scholarship and interaction through talks and sponsoring visiting speakers, through panel and teach-in discussions, and through workshopping works in progress.  To this end, we host several events per year, including a half-day workshop for works in progress at the end of each spring term. Please contact us at esd.ubc [at] gmail [dot] com. if you would like to be added to our email list for information on upcoming events related to these themes. We are also on Academia.edu and Facebook!

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